My Chemical Romance Remix EP

2014-03-28 by unaMUSEd | 33 Comments
My Chemical Romance have had a mash-up remix EP released by producer Dr Brixx titled R.I.P EP. The EP includes some of the bands hits mashed together with
B.o.B, The Naked and Famous, Lily Allen, and 30 Seconds to Mars.

Listen to the EP here: https://soundcloud.com/doctorbrixx/sets/r-i-p-ep-my-chemical-romance

Tagged: My Chemical Romance

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DirEnRefused
March 28th 2014
2291 Comments


this was necessary

Scoot
March 28th 2014
18034 Comments


$$$

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Thunderkat
March 28th 2014
579 Comments


This is not a cash grab

fallenbird
March 28th 2014
4227 Comments


Sooooo poorly done

Emim
March 28th 2014
26675 Comments


Well yeah it's poorly done; it's MCR.

VaxXi
March 28th 2014
1132 Comments


Man for a band thats broken up they sure as hell are pumping out as much as possible as they can

Mutantsnowstorm
March 28th 2014
237 Comments


Last song actually works well, the rest just sound strange and awkward

Brendan352
March 28th 2014
27 Comments


Just want to through this out there: This is not a release from the band, so don't get on their case about it :D

OwMySnauze
March 28th 2014
1231 Comments


Just go away already!!!

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ILiveInNetherlands
March 28th 2014
512 Comments


This will be my first 2014 5.0

scottpilgrim10
March 28th 2014
4593 Comments


Who actually wants this? I mean I like MCR fine, but I was never chomping at the bit for a MCR remix with Lily Allen or 30STM.

sapient
March 28th 2014
2284 Comments



Man for a band thats broken up they sure as hell are pumping out as much as possible as they can [2]



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BMDrummer
March 28th 2014
11179 Comments


Man for a band thats broken up they sure as hell are pumping out as much as possible as they can [3] It seems like their breakup was just a publicity stunt honestly.

Crawl
March 28th 2014
1682 Comments


You broke up so stop fucking releasing stuff

sapient
March 28th 2014
2284 Comments


Guarantee within the next couple of years, there will be some huge ass reunion and we'll all see this breakup was simply to mend their commercial drop off with Danger Days

Mutantsnowstorm
March 28th 2014
237 Comments


This isn't a release by MCR, it's just some guy on soundcloud who made 4 mashups. from what I'm seeing it's not even something you pay for, no need to flip out about it

fallenbird
March 28th 2014
4227 Comments


^ this

gryndstone
March 28th 2014
393 Comments


why is this even news
and why do sputnik links always lead me to home improvement dot com

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Green Baron
March 28th 2014
21435 Comments


so this isn't an official release?

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TheGreatQ
March 28th 2014
1624 Comments


"and why do sputnik links always lead me to home improvement dot com"

Sounds like a personal problem


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Kronzo
March 28th 2014
995 Comments


yea these guys need to go away

tcat84
March 28th 2014
919 Comments


i loooveee remixes!

OwMySnauze
March 28th 2014
1231 Comments


Kill is psyched

TheGreatQ
March 28th 2014
1624 Comments


Yeah this isn't an official thing, there's nothing about it on their Facebook or anything.

Voltimand
March 28th 2014
160 Comments


why is this even news [2]

jsaf7
March 28th 2014
201 Comments


Cha Ching$$$$

Feather
March 28th 2014
1498 Comments


Not an official release...

DangerBatty
March 28th 2014
44 Comments


I think it's neat that this dudes getting a taaaad well known. Not like crazy recognition but he's on the sites new's section so I would assume he's proud. Shit i'd be.

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MyNameIsPencil
March 28th 2014
850 Comments


Stop beating this dead horse Gerard Way and let MCR die in the shallow grave it's already in holy shit

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BMDrummer
March 28th 2014
11179 Comments


Not an official release? Take back what I said then.

JAXETA
March 29th 2014
794 Comments


exactly what we wanted!

Kyri1992
March 29th 2014
6 Comments


2016 will be them announcing they're back, i guarantee it. They'll do a worldwide Black Parade 10 year anniversary tour, with album played in full plus numbers from Three Cheers and even probably throw in a number or two from I Brought You My Bullets.

Everyone will be deliriously happy they're doing all the 'good' stuff (even though i remember the whole WTF My Chem has gone emo Queen, shit album stuff going round at the time) then it will all end, and they'll be putting out extremely mediocre music just like Fall Out Boy and all the other bands from that scene that have come back atm till the end of time.

So yeah... Publicity stunt.

MuhNamesTyler
March 29th 2014
4912 Comments


Hey I listened to this band once. Can I get article? How news work??

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